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Old 03-18-2023, 02:05 PM
DigitalVortex DigitalVortex is offline
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Default Fastest alternative for jumping between different locations during ongoing playback.


Ok another nut to crack.

Now, I know one can do it by placing around Memory Locations along the song and then clicking on them (or by clicking on them in the Memory Locations list) while the song is playing, but that is too much of a microscope probing.

So I wonder, is it possible to have the playback ON and without any breaks jump around in the same manner like with the Memory Locations but instead by selecting clips with the Grabber Tool? Or if not, then at least by placing the Selector Tool at different places.


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